Greet the sun and listen to the Sea Organ in the historic Croatian city of Zadar. Tour at your own pace with an easy to use audio guide in 6 different languages, and the help of a detailed map of all the sights along the route.
What to Expect
Hear tales of Croatian legends, quirky facts, and amusing stories about the medieval city of Zadar on a 3-hour audio tour. The tour can be completed in 90 minutes, but with 3 hour rental of the guide, with commentary in 6 different languages, you can explore at a more leisurely pace.
The guide will lead you through the large square of Narodni trg, location for the Town Hall and remnants of St. Lawrence’s Church, the city’s earliest building. Continue to the 9th-century St. Donatus Church. Then, head down to the quay to see the Sea Organ, a unique piece of architecture that plays music via the rhythm of the sea’s waves.
Adjacent to the Sea Organ lies architect Nikola Bašic “Greeting to the Sun” sculpture, consisting of 300 multi-layer glass panels. As the sun sets, lighting fixtures built into the circular structure activate to produce a fantastic display of colors that respond to the sounds of the Sea Organ. Representing Zadar’s more contemporary side, the 2 structures provide an impressive contrast to the medieval buildings of the old town.
- 3-hour audio guide rental with earphones
- Detailed map detailing every location on the tour
Meet your guide at the entrance to the old town of Zada at the booth by the bridge